Hawaii Five-O (1968–1980)
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Termination with Extreme Prejudice 

A British Intelligence agent helps McGarrett try to find a missing nobleman who is suspected of treason and murder.

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Harry Wells
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Lord Charles Danby
Kwan Hi Lim ...
Yuan Kee
Harry Chang ...
Wan Tai
Bill Edwards ...
John Hunt ...
Ed Sloane
Inny Young ...
Li Tsiang
Herman Wedemeyer ...
Darrah Lau ...
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Lady Sybil Danby
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Lord Danby and his wife are vacating in Hawaii. But, while on a shopping trip, Lord Danby says he's been overcome by the heat and tells Lady Danby to continue while he returns to his hotel. While returning to the hotel, Lord Danby kills an MI6 operative who has been tailing him and fakes his own drowning. These events caused Five-O to be involved in the case and soon McGarrett crosses swords with Harry Wells, a cagey MI6 agent. McGarrett & Co. must make sense of a murky case in which few people have incentive to tell the truth. Written by Bill Koenig

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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26 September 1975 (USA)  »

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The title refers to euphemism for execution in military, C.I.A. and other covert operations. The civilian term "termination with prejudice" refers to a company terminating one's employment. See more »

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Near the end of the story, McGarrett takes some papers from Harry Wells. We see a close up that says "Ministry of Defense." The British spelling would have been "Ministry of Defence." See more »

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This one just seemed a bit muddled and dumb....
20 November 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Aside from having two incredibly erudite and sophisticated gentlemen as guest stars (Murray Matheson and Dan O'Herlihy), I felt this episode was a bit of a disappointment. The biggest problem is that the plot seemed a bit muddled and McGarrett's actions seemed a bit strange.

The show begins with a British lord (Matheson) and his wife (Juliet Mills) arriving in Hawaii. Soon after, Matheson fakes his own death. It turns out he's wanted by British Intelligence because he's apparently stolen some secrets and plans on selling them to the Chinese. Another agent (O'Herlihy) arrives and is trying to track down Matheson--and repeatedly O'Herlihy deliberately sabotages McGarrett's investigation--not just of the faked suicide but a murder related to this. This is where the show makes little sense. Although McGarrett has been urged by the State Department to assist British Intelligence, O'Herlihy repeatedly obstructs justice and SHOULD have been arrested on several occasions. But, McGarrett does nothing...until the ending where O'Herlihy cannot help but get arrested! It all seemed a bit sloppy and meddled to me.


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